over the bridges, look for icy spots. at the airports, you'll have those backups. take a look at this from the snow forming over the northern plains. coupled with that, strong winds. we're talking about winds that will be in the range of hurricane force, certainly something that are going to be tropical storm storm force winds. you can anticipate the fire danger being in effect for especially parts of arkansas and back into missouri. but, again, it's going to be farther north where you'll have tropical storm force winds topping 81 miles per hour. a category 1 hurricane, gets above 74 miles per hour. 73, 74, in that range. some gusts will be stronger than that because of that low moving off to the east and the high following over the northern parts of the rockies. plain and simple, it will be nice where you cross much of central california, the great basin. when you get into texas, maybe some rain, but for much of central texas, including austin and dripping springs, looks like it's going to be comfortable.